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 Faculty of Engineering of Yamaguchi University was founded on May 22, 1939, as Ube Technical College. On June 1 of 1949, Ube Technical College became Faculty of Engineering of Yamaguchi University by joining several other Colleges in Yamaguchi Prefecture. Since then, the Faculty of Engineering located at Ube-Tokiwa campus has extended to be one of the most excellent engineering schools in the western part of Japan. Now, the Faculty of Engineering with following 7 departments accepts 530 fresh students every year, and alumni play an active part of industry, government, and other fields.

 (1) BS course (7 departments at Ube-Tokiwa campus)

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Applied Chemistry
  • Electrical and Electronic Engineering
  • Information Science and Engineering
  • Perceptual Science and Design Engineering
  • Environmental Science and Engineering
 Graduate School of Science and Engineering offers academic degrees such as master's and doctoral degrees. The major fields in the Graduate School are categorized as follows:

 (2) MS Course (7 major fields at Ube-Tokiwa campus)

  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Civil and Environmental Engineering
  • Applied Chemistry Engineering
  • Electronic Devices Engineering
  • Electronic and Information Systems Engineering
  • Perceptual Science and Design Engineering
  • Environmental Science and Engineering

 (3) PhD Course (4 major fields at Ube-Tokiwa campus)

  • Systems and Engineering Design Engineering
  • Material Science and Engineering
  • Information Science and Design Engineering
  • Environmental Science and Engineering
 A graduate program involves specialized knowledge and concentrated study in one area or discipline. Every year, over 300 graduate students get MS and/or PhD degree with the aid of supervisors. This official Graduate School Web site offers information on graduate programs, assistantships, and more!
(Update:February 06 2014)